Maverick Matadors 

American men and women buck the system to risk life and limb in the bullring

Believe it or not, Nogales, Sonora was once a hotbed of bullfight afición. For decades, the Nogales Plaza de Toros hosted the world's best toreros, who performed the corrida for large enthusiastic audiences. Aficionados from both sides of the border, including such…

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